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... I am not sure what type of lens other than it was Crystalens and the insurance would cover. ... (5 replies)
... far and I have natural monocular vision, so I am capable of driving but need reading glasses. My night time vision is definatly suffering and am having glare issues with oncoming headlights. ... (5 replies)
Crystalens inplant
Aug 26, 2010
... We've stopped using them to at my office due to complaints. Lot's of glare and early hazing of the implant after sx. ... (5 replies)

Crystalens inplant
Aug 26, 2010
... I will say I should not drive at night and avoid it when possible. The glare from car lights blind me and actually hurt when the light hits my eyes. I also lost definition in low light so it is difficult to see on dim or dark streets. ... (5 replies)
Crystalens inplant
Jul 12, 2009
... The newest Crystalens model, the HD, is a much better product than older versions. Most people with the Crystalens HD can drive at night. A few experience glare problems and cannot. ... (5 replies)
Crystalens inplant
Jul 11, 2009
... can i drive at night ? Some people said you cannot ,because of glare (5 replies)
... I wonder if getting it removed is the best course. The doctor may just be recommending that because nothing else will take the glare away. ... (19 replies)
... Sorry to those who were looking for an update on my Crystalens experience. I was so depressed for a while I just tried to get the whole thing out of my mind and go on with my life. ... (19 replies)
... and lo and behold all the symptoms have disappeared...no glare no halos. I have a follow up this monday to give him the results and to find out my long term prognosis. Does this mean a lifetime of drops? ... (19 replies)
... halos, day glare and terrible night glare, pretty good vision outside in daylight but as soon as I enter a store it all goes to a blurr, etc. ... (19 replies)
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... Did the YAG procedure make the halos and starbursts worse, or just not help? What kind of implants to you have (crystalens, ReStor, etc.)? (4 replies)
... Just wondering about the Crystalens implants. Is that a brand name and are there other kinds that have been more successful? ... (19 replies)
... Update on my situation with Crystalens IOL's. ... (36 replies)
... nighttime flashing and glare issues and I know that life goes on. I'm just glad I can see at all after reading so many stories from people who have such major problems. ... (36 replies)
... endured a good deal of pain, and will forever have to deal with the daytime glare and dangerously blinding lights at night. ... (36 replies)
... Thanks for the post, SP. The mall doc has been here in town for many years (I used to go to him long before I ever heard of retinal detachment -- he's actually the one that told me I was high risk and he then worked for the opthalmologist I go to now for a while). So I do trust his skills. I also plan to see the Retina Specialist for a 2nd opinion on the YAG. I will see if the... (36 replies)
... night and problems with glare during the day, was to GET RID of the reading glasses. ... (36 replies)
Crystalens explant
Oct 31, 2007
... e printed material about 8" from my eye, which is a little close for most purposes. So it seems the two lens are working together and I will not have to have the Crystalens explanted. I may at some point decide to get some small distance glasses for driving, but beyond that, things are looking good. ... (4 replies)
... Hi -- I saw my surgeon today and he said I have an extremely good range of vision between the 2 eyes: one for close and one for distance. And I again said yes, they are each great ... separately. But I didn't WANT monovision. I want to try a contact in the "near adjusted eye" that's not as strong, since the one I had (-1.50) was overcorrecting that eye for distance. And he... (36 replies)




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